Render is just a object on a bg.
The opposite would be the object with a finished backround and diffrent fetures.
Some good ones are Gamrenders-http://www.gamerenders.com/
Below is an example of a render by itself than the render put into a whole image. Hope this helped:)
Oh ok cool thanks, but btw the render isnt actually on the whole image!
Phantom of the Forums
19th August 2003
He means that the 2nd one isn't a render. The 2nd picture is an example of what you'd get a render out of, whether it be a picture, or a wallpaper, etc. Good places to find renders are Gamerenders (I post and use renders from there), and Planet Renders.
46 and 2, are just ahead of me
23rd September 2004
or...just use this thread: http://forums.filefront.com/showthread.php?t=178593
Shizzle my nizzle
28th July 2004
There are many definitions for a render.
A render is usually a huge source image, which will be resized to use within a game or image. It is generated in some way by a computer or an artist.
For example, to test the ability of some game engines, they have it render a huge version of a character - the Master Chief in Halo in the above image.
Renders can also be the result of a mathematical algorithm, such as Apophysis Flames.
President of Novistrana
19th January 2003
Jak|17What are renders?
Where can i get them from?
A render is a 3d model which has not been processed into a actual engine.
28th October 2005
MihailA render is a 3d model which has not been processed into a actual engine.
or, it could always be an image of a game character for example cut out from a background